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Stony Brook to host second Women in STEM Leadership Program
By By Daysi Calavia-Robertson
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The program aims to help women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers fine-tune their negotiating, leadership and mentoring skills.
From left, Jonelle Bradshaw de Hernandez, Women in STEM advisory board, Melissa Woo, CIO for Stony Brook University; Linda Mundy, vice president and chief medical officer at American Regent; and Kathryn Mayer, program instructor and moderator, lead a panel at Stony Brook's Women in STEM Leadership Program on May 10, 2018. Photo Credit: Stony Brook University/John Griffins.
Women in management positions in the fields of science, technology, engineering and
mathematics, and who are seeking support to advance their careers, can find that help
at an immersive three-day Women in STEM Leadership Program to be held by Stony Brook
Camilla dos Santos, assistant professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory attends the
inaugural Women in STEM Leadership Program
This year's event will host 30 women in executive and senior academic posts in STEM
For parity. For unity. For community.